Welcome to the Old Port Corporation electronic press room!

If you need anything, do not hesitate to contact me:

Jean-Philippe Rochette

Public Relations Manager
333, rue de la Commune Ouest
Montréal (Québec) H2Y 2E2

Phone : 514 283-7160

Email: jprochette@vieuxportdemontreal.com

Gradual reopening of the Science Centre starts July 14

The Science Centre is pleased to announce that its gradual reopening begins on July 14. The featured exhibition Journey to Space will get the ball rolling, followed by the IMAX® TELUS theatre on July 16. For safety’s sake, strict preventive measures will be implemented, modifying the visitor experience temporarily.
Gradual reopening of the Science Centre starts July 14

The Old Port of Montréal launches its summer season on June 20

The Old Port of Montréal will launch its summer season on June 20, as everything has been put in place to ensure the safety of visitors. This weekend marks the official return of many popular recreational activities and a smorgasbord of delicious food.
The Old Port of Montréal launches its summer season on June 20

THE SCIENCE CENTRE IS CELEBRATING ITS 20th ANNIVERSARY WITH EXPERIMENTS AND MOVIES TO ENJOY AT HOME

On the morning of May 1, 2000, the Science Centre (then called Centre ISci) opened its doors in the Old Port of Montréal. Its exhibits introduced visitors to science via a novel interactive approach that would become the Centre's trademark.
THE SCIENCE CENTRE IS CELEBRATING ITS 20th ANNIVERSARY WITH EXPERIMENTS AND MOVIES TO ENJOY AT HOME

THE SCIENCE CENTRE IS OFFERING ACTIVITIES THAT YOU CAN DO AT HOME

Montreal, March 26 2020 – During this period of social distancing, the Science Centre may not be accessible, but science always is. Because science has never been more important, and because parents and children need stimulating, fun activities, the Science Centre team will be offering experiments and games over the next few weeks.
THE SCIENCE CENTRE IS OFFERING ACTIVITIES THAT YOU CAN DO AT HOME

More than $215 382 for the Science Centre Foundation

Montréal, February 21, 2020 – More than $ 215 382 was raised Thursday evening at the 19th Celebration of Science. The funds will be used to renew the Clic! exhibition, a science exploration zone for children aged 4 to 7, as well as offering free access to over a hundred disadvantaged families.
More than $215 382 for the Science Centre Foundation